Indian Summer Hits Much of the Country

ABC News' chief meteorologist Ginger Zee on how long the heat will stay.
0:48 | 10/17/16

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Extreme weather tonight after a tumultuous weekend in the northwest. For now watching record breaking heat moving across the country records could fall really from Texas all the wit the New York chief hero the city live in Central Park tonight ginger. And sleeveless in Central Park in the middle of October is so yet this is vague but look not as big as what dodge city Kansas City today a place that has never seen 100 plus degrees in October and reported his street. But what do want a lot of Islip. Hit a record of 7791. Saint Louis and there will be more records that fall as this ridge moves east. We're gonna stick with it from anywhere from Jackson Mississippi up to you nearing a record here in New York City tomorrow and you the next question is obviously when does it end because you know it can't last forever. We'll go back to average. And closer to where we should be by the end of the week David all right from Central Park back down to times where for the morning ginger thanks to you.

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